The course equips you with skills to make informed assessments, and design improvement strategies for low to moderate risk clients. Graduates will have sophisticated skills in teaching and assessment, and be able to problem solve.
The 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology is a comprehensive course that equips the graduate with a solid understanding of Studio Equipment Pilates and moderate level rehabilitation.
As a graduate of the 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology you will enter the Pilates industry with exceptional skills to work in the fitness, health or community sectors. You will become a practitioner with a contemporary approach to the delivery of Pilates drawn from a sound knowledge of the science of human movement and teaching methodology.
Who should attend this course?
This course is suited to anyone wanting to pursue a part-time or full-time career as a Pilates equipment instructor/practitioner, within an existing Pilates studio/workplace, working as part of an Allied Health team or intending to work independently.
There are no entry qualifications for the integrated 10596NAT Diploma of Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology which includes the 52728WA Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology.
How long is the course?
Delivered over 10 contacts of face-to face training spread over one year and a total of 200 hours (120 hours + 80 hours student clinics), and additional time to complete the necessary assessments, online learning components and clinical/personal practice hours.
Comprehensive Course Manuals/Workbooks and access to online learning modules, reference materials, videos and powerpoints.
Deposit $3062 taken on enrolment for deposit and course materials.
Course Dates: (2019/2020)
6-7 Jul, 3-4 Aug, 31 Aug - 1 Sep, 28-29 Sep, 26-27 Oct, 16-17 Nov, 8-9 Feb, 29 Feb - 1 Mar, 28-29 Mar, 2-3 May